WatchGuard partners KYOCERA for First UTM Security Platform and Multifunction Printer Solution

WatchGuard Technologies and KYOCERA Document Solutions Japan joins hands to Integrate First UTM Security Platform and Multifunction Printer Solution. The Solution allows SMBs to print WatchGuard UTM security reports directly from KYOCERA MFPs.

WatchGuard® Technologies, a leader in integrated security platforms, today announced that its unified threat management (UTM) platform will be integrated by KYOCERA Document Solutions Japan to deliver a new Security Management Service.

The new service will allow small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to print a variety of security visibility reports directly from WatchGuard’s security solutions through KYOCERA’s multifunction printers (MFP) and copiers. This will allow SMB customers with little or no dedicated IT staff to streamline security management and reporting.

On the eve of the Announcement, said Scott RobertsonVice President in Asia, Pacific and Japan at WatchGuard Technologies said

Many SMB customers do not have the resources for a dedicated IT or security professional, yet they still want to ensure their network is secure,”

This partnership takes the best-in-class reporting capabilities of our UTM platform and allows KYOCERA MFP customers to directly print standard visibility reports through the digital operations panel of a MFP, which is an industry first.

Makoto KogaPresident of KYOCERA Document Solutions Japan Co., Ltd. said

WatchGuard’s UTM platform offers SMB customers a very powerful network security solution. Integrating its technology and reporting capabilities with our MFPs will allow us to help customers increase their network visibility, without the need for additional resources. This is just the first step in our relationship as we strategically address security in all of our networked devices,”

This new integration will offer SMB customers a simple alternative to more traditional security operation and management, and includes five standard reports: Rejected Packet List, Virus Detection, Content Filtering Block, Web Access List for Each Client, and RED Block.

Comments on this entry are closed.